Arcade Edition announced, includes all season 1 and 2 DLC characters

Update: Capcom has now officially announced Street Fighter 5: Arcade Edition, with a release date of January 16, priced at $39.99 (about R550). Street Fighter V Arcade Edition is launching January 16th 2018, check out the teaser trailer above and some screens below. This version of the game will also feature a new Extra Battle Mode that will allow you to participate in challenges that will reward you with new costumes, especially if you win four challenges per month.

The publisher has also confirmed that anyone with a copy of Street Fighter V will also have access to all the new gameplay content (including new modes and V-Skills).

Arcade Edition will pack in a whole new user-interface, alongside an Arcade Mode, Extra Battle Mode, whole new V-trigger moves, a Gallery, and all of the Season 1 and 2 DLC characters. Capcom had previously announced that it will reveal news for both of its currently-supported fighting games, Street Fighter V and Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite, during a panel at New York Comic Con on Friday. However, it is important to mention that the DLC characters will not be added for free.

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So should you be angry at Capcom for seemingly going back on its promise and releasing an Arcade Edition version of the game? You'll fight against AI opponents along "six different paths", each with their own unique ending.

Capcom's bad luck with leaks continues, although this time it's Amazon who is at fault. After struggling at launch due to server issues and a perceived lack of content, Capcom has instead stuck by the game and continued to add more and evolve the experience through updates.

This is all to say that while Street Fighter V certainly wasn't a bad outing for the series, there were certainly elements of the game's development and launch that could have gone better.